January 22 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Stellyes Center and (Info Session at 4:30) Wallenberg Conference Room, AH 219
Interested in studying abroad with IES next year? Already started on the Knox internal application for approval to study abroad on an IES program? Come talk with Francesca Miroballi, IES representative, about IES programs! Francesca will be in the Stellyes Center from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM - drop by to say hello! She will also provide an info session for all interested students at 4:30 in Wallenberg, AH 219.
These IES programs are pre-approved by Knox:
Programs in Berlin, Germany: Language and Area Studies, International Affairs and Security Studies, Metropolitan Studies
Programs in Freiburg, Germany: European Union, Environmental Studies & Sustainability
Programs in Dublin: Irish Studies, Writers Program, Trinity College (direct enrollment), Gaiety School of Acting (direct enrollment)
Study abroad is more than going from here to there. It’s an exhilarating challenge of academic and cultural immersion, plus a whole lot of fun. At IES Abroad we’re committed to offering you incredible international experiences that set you up for success before, during, and after studying abroad. Learn more about how we do study abroad, differently.
What is Study Abroad?
College study abroad is your chance to live and study in another country while earning college credit. Whether you choose to spend a semester, summer, or year studying abroad, your IES Abroad courses and experiential learning opportunities—think internships, service learning placements, field trips, and more—are designed to immerse you into the local culture. Because while studying abroad, the world is your classroom.
Our study abroad programs allow you to choose courses based on your area of study and where you want to travel. Other details, like your housing, field trips, and on-site support are all built into the program. Learn more about what’s included in our study abroad programs
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